Monday, February 11, 2013

The Graycliff Silver

The Graycliff Silver was my smoke for the day. It is Graycliff's newest cigar, and is an intricate addition to their lines. The combination of flavor and strength in this cigar is something worth mentioning. Hand rolled in Nassau, with tobacco aged at least five years, the Silver is bound to be a hot commodity.

The tobaccos inside include Costa Rican, Honduran, and Nicaraguan filler while the wrapper and binder are both Ecuadorian. The Silver is medium bodied, slowly building to medium-full as it gets towards the end. The flavor on the Silver tastes of coffee at the start, and when rolled adds cedar mixed with a light floral note. The main flavor changes to wood with a hint of spice in the last third.

Overall the Silver was extremely enjoyable and well rounded, something Graycliff has been known for. Pick them up here.

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